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About: covina, california

Covina, a small city, is located in southwestern California, only 22 miles east of Los Angeles. When the city was incorporated in 1901 the city's slogan was coined: "One Mile Square and All There," which depicts the area of the city, only about one square mile. Covina is the smallest city in area in the United States. The name "Covina" is derived from the Spanish word for vineyard. Several movies have been filmed in Covina including parts of the Roswell TV series, High School USA starring Michael J Fox, and the Bohemian Rhapsody scene from Wayne's World.

Population: 44837
Local Newspapers: Daily Variety Investor's Business Daily La Opinion LA Weekly Los Angeles Downtown News Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times New Times Los Angeles
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings UCLA Bruins USC Trojans
Local Colleges: American Graduate University

Zip Codes associated with covina, california: 91722 91723 91724
Towns/Cities near covina, california : Vincent Charter Oak Azusa Glendora San Dimas Diamond Bar Pomona Baldwin Park Walnut Valley

Covina News
The City Council voted 3-2 to increase the police chief salary range.

FILE PHOTO. Incoming West Covina Chief of Police Marc Taylor will make more than his predecessor but still end up saving the city money.

California Supreme Court wona t hear case of man convicted of killing neighbor in Covina

LOS ANGELES >> The California Supreme Court refused today to review the case of a man convicted of fatally stabbing a neighbor during a fight in Covina five years ago. Luis Alberto Villaneda is serving a 16-year-to-life prison term for the Aug. 30, 2012, killing of Gonzalo Robles.

STACYC Electric Balance Bikes

The STACYC 12-inch and 16-inch eDrive electric balance bikes provide kids a way to learn to ride their first bicycle or motorcycle. Ryan Ragland, co-founder and CTO of STACYC has a vision to help develop riding skills in young riders earlier and safer than ever before: "We've engineered an electric balance bike that has redefined the process of getting kids proficient on two wheels.

What happened to the pot-bellied pigs of the San Gabriel Valley?

Miss Puddin' Pie at her home in Rowland Heights, Calif. on Saturday September 9, 2017.

Cops Arrest Man Trying To Rob Pizzeria That Was Robbed Hours Earlier

CW44 Station Bio- WTOG-TV first began operations on November 4, 1968, broadcasting on UHF channel 44. Originally owned my Minnesota-based Hubbard Broadcasting Corp., WTOG solidified itself in the Tampa Bay market by being the area's only [] Cops Arrest Man Trying To Rob Pizzeria That Was Robbed Hours Earlier What Ramirez didn't know was Covina police had already added an extra patrol to the area after the first break-in that morning. Kids Going Down Slides On An Adult's Lap More Dangerous, Study Finds More than 350,000 children under six-years-old were reportedly injured on slides between 2002 and 2015.

What Are The Odds?

What are the odds of cops being at a pizza shop that you are trying to rob investigating a robbery that happened TWO hours earlier? Well those odds are pretty slim if you are Ernest Ramirez. The 19 year old tried to rob a pizza shop in Covina, California but unlucky for him, someone else got away with $1,500 two hours prior his arrival.

Herea s what voting districts could look like in West Covina

Sixteen maps were submitted by members of the public and three were submitted by the city's demographic consultant, Claremont-based National Demographics Corporation. Residents will have an opportunity to give feedback on what they like or don't like about the maps during a public hearing at the council's regular meeting Tuesday.

Los Angeles County and the Inland Empire led California in yearly job ...

Figures released Friday, Sept. 15, 2017, show that Los Angeles County added 1,300 construction jobs in August.

Cuban Bakery Goliath Porto's Confirms Giant Fifth Location in West Covina

More than three years in the making, it now looks certain that West Covina will land the fifth location of amazingly popular Cuban bakery chain Porto's . The San Gabriel Valley Tribune was the first to report on the news.

ALDI grand opening draws huge crowd in Hesperia

Based on the number of overflowing shopping carts, crowded aisles and long lines, the grand opening of ALDI grocery store appeared to be huge success. Mayor Pro Tem Russ Blewett and an army of ALDI associates watched as Store Manager Robert Rosales used gold-colored scissors to cut the blue ALDI ribbon during the celebratory event Thursday morning.

Mi Poco LA adds hipper, Latino twist to LA County Fair

This low rider is parked outside the Millard Sheets Art Center at the LA County Fair, setting the tone for the art show inside and Mi Poco LA on the patio. A mural-like walkway and a storage container mark the entrance to Mi Poco LA, an experiment at the LA County Fair in creating a pocket experience.

Police: Man nabbed trying to rob just-burglarized restaurant

Police say a man with a knife tried to rob a Southern California pizza restaurant just a few hours after burglars had already stolen from it. Covina police Lt.

Golovkin vs. Alvarez is all about Mexican style

"Over the years, just thinking of what fighters from Mexico have kind of brought to the table, it's a style of attack," said Carlos Palomino, a Hall of Fame boxer who was born in Mexico and lived there until moving to Southern California when he was 10. Translation: Kill the body and the head will fall. It's an old adage about an effective, and painful, strategy.

Bill to extend parental leave requirement to smaller firms

New mothers and fathers working for smaller businesses would receive 12 weeks of job-protected parental leave under a bill poised to pass the state Legislature and head to Gov. Jerry Brown, who vetoed a similar measure last year. SB63 by state Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, D-Santa Barbara, garnered enough votes to pass the Senate on Wednesday.

California drug pricing transparency bill heads to Gov. Brown

The nation's most comprehensive legislation aimed at shining a light on prescription drug prices now heads to California Gov. Jerry Brown's desk, after the state Senate on Wednesday approved Senate Bill 17 on a 31 to 8 vote. Authored by Sen. Ed Hernandez, D-West Covina, and co-authored by Assemblyman David Chiu, D-San Francisco, SB 17 aims to make drug prices for both public and private health plans more transparent.

Portoa s Bakery in West Covina finally a go, herea s the schedule

Colliers International has completed an investment sale of Crazy Horse restaurant in West Covina, Calif., Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013. Porto's Bakery & Cafe could break ground on its fifth location in West Covina later this fall now that the city has given the family-owned business permission to demolish an existing vacant building and construct a new restaurant with outdoor patio.

Police: Guy tries to rob Covina pizzeria 2 1/2 hours after burglars make off with $1,500

COVINA >> After someone fled with $1,500 from a local pizza parlor Tuesday, an armed man allegedly tried to rob the same business less than 2 1/2 hours later. But he got caught when an officer stopped by to check on the shop following the first crime.

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